Tony Appleton has been interviewed by Town and Country magazine by Caroline Hallemann about his plans to announce the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child at the Lindo Wing. Read the interview here
Tony Appleton, Royalist Town Crier meets the Queen on her 90th Birthday celebration walkabout on April 21st 2016. The Queen stopped to ask Tony about the Royalist badge he was wearing. Needless to say Tony was delighted that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II stopped to talk to him.
Tony Appleton, Royalist Town Crier proclaims that a new Meghan Markle waxwork is to be added to Madame Tussauds, next to Prince Harry’s waxwork. Tony made the proclamation to press outside Buckingham Palace.
Tony is mentioned on the Official Madam Tussauds website. To read what they said click here
Tony on the Evening Standard website – click here
Town Crier Tony Appleton proclaiming the engagement of Prince Harry and Megan Markle outside Kensington Palace.
Tony Appleton is very proud to be featured in the recent Pitkin publication “Harry & Meghan – A Royal Engagement” through Pavilion books. Tony is the only commoner featured in the book and the accompanying text reads “Above: Town Crier Tony Appleton holds a scroll outside Green Park in central London near Buckingham Palace” If you wish to buy this release by Pitkin it is available here. Please note that the above images are the copyright of PA Images.
The Royalist Town Crier is very much looking forward to proclaiming the Royal wedding on May 19, 2018, outside Windsor Castle. – “You never know, the happy couple might even send me an invitation to the actual ceremony in St George’s Chapel! I am very happy for them, God Save The Queen.”
THE ENGLISH TOWN CRIER
Royalist Town Crier Tony Appleton proclaimed to the world the Royal Engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
With Clarence House’s announcement of the Royal engagement between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Tony Appleton has received a large amount of press and social media attention for making the announcement outside Buckingham Palace.
Mr Appleton proudly proclaimed “Buckingham Palace proudly announce the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle”
The website Royal Central mentioned that he “adds a sense of drama to occasions and makes the day just that bit more memorable”
Tony commented on the day “I had a premonition last night,” the 81-year-old from Great Baddow, Essex, said.
Quizzed on what the engagement announcement means to him, he said: “Everybody wants Harry to get married, including me. I think this seals it, absolutely. I think if Diana was alive she would be so proud of him, so proud of him.”
Oyez, Oyez, Oyez! Tony Appleton – Lord of the Manor of Great Baddow.
Tony has a vast wealth of experience and is available for promotions, endorsements, Premiers, Special Events, Films, Television, Corporate Video and Voice Overs.
Tony is President of the Guild of International Millennium Town Criers and has received the coveted ‘Town Crier of the Year’ awarded by the International Town Criers Authority.
THE ENGLISH TOASTMASTER
Fellow of the Guild of International Professional Toastmasters.
Tony has the experience and sensitivity to provide just the right level of attentive service. His considerable professional skills are backed by a career in the leisure industry followed by training under a Royal Toastmaster.
He is familiar with the particular protocol of the various societies and organisations and can adapt confidently to the specific needs of any event. All those who have the honour to hold the Fellowship of the Guild of International Professional Toastmasters are conscious of the exclusive organisation of which they are a part.
The high standard and good name of the Guild is always upheld during any function they attend. It really does not matter what kind of event you are organising, enlisting the support of Tony Appleton as Toastmaster or Master of Ceremonies, can only serve to enhance the event and bring that extra dimension to the occasion.
Here are just some of the occasions to which a Toastmaster can bring that finishing touch:
- Wedding Receptions of practically every culture
- Theme Banquets and Gala Balls
- Masonic Ladies’ Festivals or Receptions
- Rotary Club & Round Table Functions
- Birthday Parties, Bar Mitzvahs and Anniversaries
- Cocktail Parties, Civic Luncheons and Banquets
- Award Ceremonies and Conferences
- Official Openings or Product Launches